The 90s Were A Weird But Wonderful Time For Dance Music

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The 90s Were A Weird But Wonderful Time For Dance Music

Generally speaking, the 90s go down as one of the strangest decades in history. Be it in terms the style, the movies or – in this case – the music; the 90s were just super fucking odd in all ways.

But as weird as it was, this 90s was an extremely important era for electronic dance music. House music’s popularity was heavily on the rise, and electronic sub-genres were beginning to spawn all over the world and into the charts.

Timeless dance tracks were birthed in the 90s, some that still find themselves flooding dance floors today, 17-years since the 90s ended. But aside from the audio aspect of these grand tunes, the music videos were just something else…

Here is a look at some of the best but most cooked 90s dance music video clips. They certainly don’t make ’em like they used to.

Technohead – I Wanna Be A Hippy (1995)

Cyrstal Waters – Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless) (1991)

Daft Punk – Da Funk (1997)

Dune – Hardcore Vibes (1995)

2 Unlimited – Get Ready For This (1992)

C + C Music Factory – Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) ft. Freedom Williams (1990)

Bomfunk MC’s – Freestyler (1999)

Eiffel 65 – Blue (Da Ba Dee) (1998)

Baby D – Let Me Be Your Fantasy (1992)

Alison Limerick – Where Love Lies (1996)

Pizzaman – Trippin On Sunshine (1992)

A Homeboy A Hippe And A Funki Dredd – Total Confusion (1990)

Altern 8 – E-Vapor-8 (1992)

Aqua – Barbie Girl (1997)

Darude – Sandstorm (1999)

We couldn’t NOT include Darude’s Sandstrom at the end. It would have been rude.

What do you think of the list? If there are any cooked 90s dance music videos we missed let us know in the comments below.


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